Sunday, 28 November 2010

Highly Tuned

1996 Indian manufacture Enfield; alloy cylinder with stock bore size and a J&E hi-comp forged piston at 12:1; Hitchcock's billet crank and con rod assembly; a thoroughly ported Indian head with big valves...etc.
1.5" Amal GP carb and 2% oxygenated VP fuel. Akront style alloy rims front and rear, 19" respectively and sport Avon vintage racing tyres.
The rear shocks are Ohlins vintage roadrace items and the forks are stock with Hitchcock's softer springs and modified valving.
Billet alloy triple clamps that allow the front to be lowered as needed.
The rear hub has been re-created in alloy to allow sprocket changes with keyed overlays.
Dyno results: 47/48 hp @ 6,800 rpm.

Friday, 26 November 2010


again the new engines this pic is off sideblog

gary ingham's really good blog

they reckon these are from squires too

i think i could do that to mine easy using the sub frame i have and seat unit from redmax

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Sunday, 21 November 2010

mc deeb again

hopefully when you click on this you will see the mcdeeb vid of some of his bullet based specials
albeit the new unit type 's

Thursday, 18 November 2010

Cool Link

Found this cool link to a French site, gives all the part numbers without going through H/Cs
Click Here

When Men Were Men

Looking a smidge concerned I'd say!

Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Welcome on board chaps

Ah, Grant and Shirty glad you've come on board. It's all easy after you've done a couple of posts. If you know of anybody else that might fancy an input let me know. Apparently there can be up to 100 contributors, so it can be almost forum like, and if it drifts that way so be it, I suggest we let this thing lead us where it does.

Monday, 15 November 2010


i have found the guys who build some real nice bikes as posted on bobbin the bullet

google mcdeeb

Have Mercy On My Soul

Found this on Boyle's BCM blog. What a thing of absolute beauty, genuine Big Head by the looks of things. If Carlsberg made motorcycles.......